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Dividing Real Estate

In New York, all marital property is divided equitably between the spouses. This means that after your marital assets and debts have been appraised, the court will divide property in a manner that is fair and equitable, and not necessarily a 50-50 split. This could result in one spouse getting the marital home and mortgage while the other spouse receives a similar value in other types of assets.

Concerned about your marital home or investment property in a divorce? The attorneys at Angiuli & Gentile, LLP, can help. Call 347-201-4447 to speak with an attorney about your case.

Valuing Real Estate In Your Divorce

When you are going through a divorce, it is important to carefully assess and value all of the assets and debts you acquired as a part of your marriage. This includes any real estate such your family home, any rental property and vacation homes.

Our firm works with expert real estate appraisers in order to understand the full value of our client’s home and other real estate. Investment property and rental properties in particular require a careful examination in order to understand the full value to be divided in a divorce.

Work With An Experienced Divorce Attorney

For more than 30 years, we have represented clients in divorce on Staten Island and throughout New York City. We understand the local real estate market, and we have built relationships with local appraisers who can help value your investments. We have helped countless clients through the process of valuing single-family homes, town homes and other types of real estate.

Questions About Dividing Real Estate In Divorce?

Our attorneys can provide you with the answers. We have extensive experience helping clients through all phases of the divorce process, including dividing real estate as well as other assets and debts. To arrange a consultation, call us at 347-201-4447 or send us an email.

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